News of Madison Valley

Bastille Bash Street Closures and Parking

JUNE 3, 2013 | EDITOR

On July 13th between 3:00 and 8:00 PM, the Madison Valley Merchants Association and Community Council will host the second annual Bastille Bash. This French-themed event will take place along East Madison Street between 27th and 30th Avenue. We expect between 2,000 and 3,000 guests. Some vehicle access and parking will be affected—please refer to the list below for specific street closures.

We are working together with the City of Seattle Special Events Committee and businesses in our neighborhood to minimize the impacts that will be felt during the event. Your individual needs are very important to us and we will work with you to resolve reasonable scheduling conflicts. There will be emergency vehicle access, should the need arise.

The following streets will be closed and not accessible to vehicle and/or pedestrian traffic between the hours of noon and 9:00 PM on July 13th: 

  • 28th Ave East on the north side of Madison to the end of the Schuster Building
  • 29th Ave East on the North side of Madison to East Roy Street
  • 29th Ave East on the South side of Madison to East Republican Street
  • There will be no parking on East Madison between 27th and 29th Ave

We will also have amplified music during the hours of 3:00–8:00 PM.

If you have comments and/or questions about the impact this event will have on your business, please email the Madison Valley Merchants Association or the City of Seattle.

Madison Valley Merchants Association
Lindy Wishard, Volunteer
Lindy@MadisonValley.org

City of Seattle Special Events Committee
Chris Swenson, Chair
Chris.swenson@seattle.gov

Topics: Social Events, Bastille Bash